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Divorce mediation: achieving a positive outcome

Divorce litigation can be long-winded and complex. Family law disputes that are born from a divorce are in need of resolution to find agreements that will meet both parties' needs. Divorce mediation can help level the playing field and prepare for settlement, finding solutions and negotiating for the needs of both parties. Individuals who are considering or currently experiencing a divorce in Massachusetts can seek divorce mediation to achieve a positive outcome.

Challenging times can make or break a person based on their character. Divorce is a challenging life change that can ultimately result in personal growth. According to one divorce life coach, an individual can succeed at surviving a divorce and achieving a positive outcome by following three pieces of advice.

First, take control of the inner voice that spreads any doubt or negativity. Choose to recognize the negative thoughts and dismiss them. Secondly, an individual must identify what it is that they want and create a vision of clarity for future goals; this should guide decision-making for the best result. Third, recognize core values and honor them every day to move forward and affirm the fact that the current situation does not define individual identity. This will help to build confidence and fuel the momentum to move on to a better life.

When seeking divorce mediation, both parties are heard. The focus is on laying the groundwork for future communication between the parties and allowing them to deal with each other in a civilized manner. Massachusetts residents can find peace while experiencing separation and divorce and succeed in creating the best possible outcome.

Source: Huffington Post, How To Succeed At Divorce (Yes, It's Possible!), Laura Mioilla, Dec. 1, 2013

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